Swoop launches Toronto service Sunday, its first foray into Canada’s busiest airport.
Westjet announced Wednesday it would be the first mainline Canadian carrier to offer refunds to people whose flights were cancelled as a result of the global pandemic.
Eight months into the pandemic, Westjet has made its first domestic route cuts, slashing 80% of capacity in Atlantic Canada and cancelling service to Quebec City.
Westjet is signalling a greater coordination than ever before between mainline routes and its Swoop subsidiary in its fall 2020 schedule.
Flying in Canada started to get a little more expensive Tuesday as new fees kicked in.
When the pandemic started hammering Canada’s airlines, Zoe Elverum the self-described “dwarf [fan]girl who LOVES Air Canada” knew she had to do something. So, like any Millennial, she went online.